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US banks want to cut branches, but customers keep coming

NEW YORK: Despite banks' nudging toward online tools, many US customers are not ready to give up regular visits to their nearest branch, complicating the industry's efforts to slim down.


VW eyes transportation deals to boost self-driving car plans

Volkswagen is planning further acquisitions in the market for new transportation technologies and services, a leading manager at the German carmaker said, as it seeks to make up ground after its emissions scandal.


‘Proper retail mix’ ensures success of shopping malls

PETALING JAYA: The oversupply of retail malls in Malaysia seems to be a rising issue now with the industry not only witnessing similar tenancy mix and offerings but also sudden closure of businesses while some postponing their openings.


A need to invest in science R&D jobs

From PROF DATUK DR AHMAD IBRAHIM, Fellow of Academy of Sciences Malaysia

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Financial troubles bring California Fitness down

Singapore: California Fitness was once the talk of the town with three floors of top-notch equipment in the heart of Orchard Road, and those cool glass walls which gave gawkers a chance to admire the lean bodies exercising within.


Hands of help and hope

EDUCATION can lift people out of poverty and secure them a decent life. Yet, many refugee children are denied this chance when they drop out of “schools” and learning centres in order to make ends meet for their families.

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Robocoaches aim to get seniors in shape

Singapore: These robotic fitness coaches will get your body running like a machine.


Migrant mother, son sue U.S. over treatment in detention

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A Honduran mother and young son have filed a lawsuit against U.S. authorities, claiming they were mistreated in detention facilities after they entered the country seeking asylum.

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Rio Paralympics to cut costs amid cash crunch, but says Games to go ahead

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The Rio de Janeiro Paralympics will cut costs as ticket sales languish and organisers struggle for cash, but the Games will go ahead with all 22 sports as planned, the president of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said on Friday.


Three-day career carnival at train stations

KUALA LUMPUR: Jobseekers can now flock to several train stops that are used as venues for a three-day career carnival.

2020 FIABCI World Prix d'Excellence Awards

World's Finest Property developments in Malaysia.